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Live PFM from the 70s

So many bands appeared on European TV back in their heydays.

by Jon Davis, Published 2013-05-02


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Related artist(s): Premiata Forneria Marconi (PFM)

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Hidria Spacefolk - Balansia – Normally it would be problematic for a band to sound the same on their third album (not counting a remix project) as on their first, especially if the first is basically a self-released demo. But when...  (2005) » Read more

N.H.U. - N.H.U. – It's not every day you discover a band from the 70s that you've never heard before, at least not for me. So NHU, sometimes known as Grupo NHU, is a particularly happy find. This album, first recorded...  (2002) » Read more

Basement 3 - Fuzzyland – Multi-instrumentalist Kenny Schick does a valiant job of making Basement 3 not sound like a solo project. His guitars, bass, saxes and vocals are frequently augmented by live strings, horns, and...  (2005) » Read more

The Pineapple Thief - 10 Stories Down – I have been following Pineapple Thief for a few releases, and 10 Stories Down is another offering of alternative-prog fusion. The good news is that Bruce Soord and company still have a gift for...  (2006) » Read more

Satin Whale - Desert Places & Lost Mankind – For the latter part of their career, Satin Whale were a commercially oriented rock group who's music fell way outside of much of the more progressive German rock of the era. However, their first...  (1995) » Read more